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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2007 Volume 37, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Supporting Learners with Low Domain Knowledge when Using the Internet

    Malinda Desjarlais & Teena Willoughby

    Having low domain knowledge is a significant constraint when using the Internet. This study examined the effectiveness of three potential supports for learners with low domain knowledge, including ... More

    pp. 1-17

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  2. Being the Same Isn't Enough: Impact of Male and Female Mentors on Computer Self-Efficacy of College Students in IT-Related Fields

    Debbie Goh, Christine Ogan, Manju Ahuja, Susan C. Herring & Jean C. Robinson

    This study investigates the relationship between computer self-efficacy, mentoring, and the gender of mentors and students. The decline of women in IT-related programs of U.S. universities has led ... More

    pp. 19-40

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  3. A Comparative Study of Learning Styles between Online and Traditional Students

    Yuliang Liu

    This comparative study was designed to investigate how online and traditional face-to-face (FtF) students used different learning styles in a graduate educational course. A nonequivalent control... More

    pp. 41-63

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  4. Technology Acceptance Predictors among Student Teachers and Experienced Classroom Teachers

    Claudia Smarkola

    This study investigated 160 student teachers' and 158 experienced teachers' self-reported computer usage and their future intentions to use computer applications for school assignments. The... More

    pp. 65-82

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  5. The Influence of the Discussion Leader Procedure on the Quality of Arguments in Online Discussions

    Alexandru Spatariu, Kendall Hartley, Gregory Schraw, Lisa D. Bendixen & Linda F. Quinn

    Many consider rich argumentation to be the core of quality discussions and view it as a vehicle to solving problems and clarifying content. This study examined the influence of a discussion leader ... More

    pp. 83-103

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